Just wanted to see if anybody had any insight into this...As of yesterday, we had two nannies and their three babies. We had more but one died and we sold the others. About two months ago, we wormed two young billies with Ivomec. One was already weak as could be and stayed weak up til we sold him to somebody who had the time to put into him. The other, who was about 3 months old, died within 24 hours. We had heard that that sometimes happened with goats treated with Ivomec and guessed that it was a fluke. We also wormed Dottie, one of our nannies, that same and other than some irritation where we injected her with it (our fault), she was fine. And she was fine until about a week ago, when I noticed her not being herself and noticed that she had bottle jaw, so I wormed her again with Ivomec (she's what I would call large, so I did 3cc's) in the armpit, subq., on Friday. We went out of town, and some neighbors kept an eye on her for me. We came back Sunday and the swelling in her jaw had gone down, but she had gotten weaker, but I figured that it was just part of it. We switched her and the other goats to my backyard to have some access to some leafier stuff. Last night, we got home around midnight to find her down on the ground, unable to get up and very weak. My husband and I moved her the barn and elevated her head, gave her some Power Punch with a Benadryl crushed in it because she had gotten bitten by ants while she was down. She swallowed it, but I heard her grind her teeth and I know that's a sign of pain. She looked somewhat bloated so my husband and I kneaded her rumen and belly for an hour trying to get the gas moving. We finally went to bed, and when I checked on her this morning, she passed away about five minutes later. We don't know if it was moving her to leafier, greener stuff that made her bloat and that's what killed her, or if we have a bad batch of Ivomec or what...anybody have any kind of insight into this?